ACL out for the year with torn self

The ACL of Philadelphia Eagles center Jamaal Jackson is reportedly out for the season after tearing itself Sunday in the team's win against the Broncos. "It's disappointing to lose my ACL," said Jackson. "It had been a big part of my success this season and the success of the team, what with helping my knee flex and maintaining its stability. It's a big loss." Jackson's ACL reportedly may not return and, if that is the case, the team will consider bringing in a cadaver's ACL to replace it in 2010.